Herbert J. Hovenkamp

Herbert J. Hovenkamp

Position: 

Professor of Law and Ben and Dorothy Willie Chair Emeritus

Biographical Information

Professor Hovenkamp is a recognized expert and prolific author in the areas of Antitrust law and Law & Economics.  He joined the Iowa law faculty in 1986. Before coming to Iowa, Professor Hovenkamp was Professor of Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and prior to that he was Instructor, Department of History and American Civilization, University of Texas. He has been the Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, Harvard Law School; Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies, Harvard Law School; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Faculty Scholar, University of Iowa; Presidential Lecturer, University of Iowa; and the recipient of the University of Iowa Collegiate Teaching Award.

Publications

Books

Herbert J. Hovenkamp. IP and Antitrust: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles Applied to Intellectual Property Law 3d, with Mark D. Janis, Mark A. Lemley, Christopher R. Leslie and Michael A. Carrier. Austin, TX: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business; [Frederick, MD]: Aspen Publishers 2016, 2 volumes, looseleaf.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Principles of Property Law, with Sheldon F. Kurtz and Thomas P. Gallanis, 7th edition, St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing, 2016, v, 689 pages. (Concise Hornbook series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Federal Antitrust Policy: The Law of Competition and Its Practice 5th. St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing, 2016, xxiii, 1083 pages (Hornbook Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust 6th. St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing 2016, xxi, 335 pages (Black Letter Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Opening of American Law: Neoclassical Legal Thought, 1870-1970. New York: Oxford University Press 2014, viii, 460 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases and Materials 7th, with E. Thomas Sullivan, Howard A. Shelanski, and Christopher R. Leslie. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing 2014, xxix, 1164 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Law of Property: An Introductory Survey 6th, with Sheldon F. Kurtz and Thomas P. Gallanis. St. Paul, MN: LEG, Inc. 2014, xv, 595 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Making of Competition Policy: Legal and Economic Sources, edited with Daniel A. Crane. New York: Oxford University Press 2013, viii, 499 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Creation without Restraint: Promoting Liberty and Rivalry in Innovation, with Christina Bohannan. New York: Oxford University Press 2012, xviii, 416 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Cases and Materials on American Property Law, 6th ed., with Sheldon F. Kurtz and Carol Necole Brown. St. Paul, MN: Thomson Reuters 2012, xlv, 1324 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Federal Antitrust Policy: The Law of Competition and Its Practice 4th. St. Paul, MN: Thomson Reuters 2011, xxiv, 906 pages. (Hornbook Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Fundamentals of Antitrust Law 4th, with Phillip Areeda. New York: Aspen Law & Business 2011, loose-leaf.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Innovation and Competition Policy: Cases and Materials. An Open Source Casebook. Iowa City, IA: The Iowa Innovation, Business and Law Center 2011, i, 583 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust 5th. St. Paul, MN: Thomson Reuters, 2011, xxv, 438 pages (Black Letter Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. IP and Antitrust: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles Applied to Intellectual Property Law 2d, with Mark D. Janis and Mark A. Lemley. Austin, TX: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business; [Frederick, MD]: Aspen Publishers 2010, 2 volumes, looseleaf.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases and Materials 6th, with E. Thomas Sullivan. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis 2009, xxvi, 1106 pages; Supplement 2012.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Cases and Materials on American Property Law 5th, with Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West 2007, 1262 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles and Their Application, with Phillip E. Areeda. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1978 - 1999; 2d, with Phillip E. Areeda. New York: Aspen Law & Business, 2000 – 2012; Supplement, 2005; 3d, vols. 1, 1A, 1B, 2006 – 2013; vols. 2, 2A, 2B, 2007 – 2014; Supplement, 2008; vols. 3, 3A, 3B, 2008 - 2015; Supplement, 2009; vols. 4, 4A, 5, 2009 - ; Supplement, 2010; vols. 6, 7, 8, 2010 - ; vols. 9, 10, 11, 2011- ; Supplement, 2011; Supplement, 2012, vols. 12, 13, 14, 2012- ; Supplement, 2013; 4th, vols. 1, 1A, 1B, 2013 - ; Supplement, 2014; vols. 2, 2A, 2B, 2014 - ; Supplement, 2015; vols. 3, 3A, 3B, 2015 - ; Supplement 2016; vols. 4, 4A, 5, 2016 - .
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Antitrust Enterprise: Principle and Execution. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press 2006, vi, 368 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Federal Antitrust Policy: The Law of Competition and Its Practice 3rd. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West 2005, xxiii, 841 pages (Hornbook Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust 4th. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West 2005, xv, 416 pages. (Black Letter Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Principles of Property Law, with Sheldon F. Kurtz, 6th, revised edition of The Law of Property: An Introductory Survey 5th. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West 2005, xvii, 681 pages. (Concise Hornbook series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Fundamentals of Antitrust Law 3d, with Phillip Areeda. New York: Aspen Law & Business 2004, looseleaf; Supplement, 2008.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Cases and Materials on American Property Law 4th, with Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 2003, xlvii, 1216 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Fundamentals of Antitrust Law, with Phillip Areeda. New York: Aspen Law & Business 2003, 2 vols., xli, 1272 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases, Materials, Problems 5th, with E. Thomas Sullivan. Charlottesville, VA: Michie Co. 2003, xxxi, 1095 pages; Supplement, 2007.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Fundamentals of Antitrust Law, with Phillip Areeda. New York: Aspen Law & Business 2002, 2 vols., xv, 1214 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. IP and Antitrust: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles Applied to Intellectual Property Law, with Mark D. Janis and Mark A. Lemley. New York: Aspen Law & Business, 2001 - 2009, 2 volumes, loose-leaf, 1200 pages; Supplement, 2008.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Law of Property: An Introductory Survey 5th, with Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: West Group 2001, xvii, 696 pages (Concise Hornbook series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles and Their Application, with Phillip E. Areeda. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 2d, with Phillip E. Areeda. New York: Aspen Law & Business 2000 - ; Supplement, 2005.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Cases and Materials on American Property Law 3d, with Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1999, xxxvii, 1182 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases, Materials, Problems 4th, with E. Thomas Sullivan. Charlottesville, VA: Lexis Law Publishing, 1999, xxvii, 1143 pages (Michie contemporary legal education series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Federal Antitrust Policy: The Law of Competition and Its Practice 2d. West Publishing 1999, xxix, 820 pages (Hornbook Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust 3d. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1999, xxxiii, 338 pages (Black Letter Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Mind and Heart of Progressive Legal Thought. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa 1995, 14 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases, Materials, Problems 3d, with E. Thomas Sullivan. Charlottesville, VA: Michie Co. 1994, xxvi, 1109 pages (Contemporary legal education series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Federal Antitrust Policy: The Law of Competition and Its Practice. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1994, xxvii, 759 pages (Hornbook Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Cases and Materials on American Property Law 2d, with Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1993, xix, xli, 1232 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust 2d. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1993, xxiv, 347 pages (Black Letter Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. The Law of Property: An Introductory Survey 4th, with Ralph E. Boyer and Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1991, xxvii, 696 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Enterprise and American Law, 1836 - 1937. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press 1991, x, 443 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases and Materials 2d, with E. Thomas Sullivan. Charlottesville, VA: Michie Co. 1989, xxii, 1047 pages (Contemporary Legal Education Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Cases and Materials on American Property Law, with Sheldon F. Kurtz. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1987, lv, 1296 pages (American Casebook Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1986, xxiii, 323 pages (Black Letter Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Economics and Federal Antitrust Law. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1985, xxvii, 414 pages (Hornbook Series Student Edition).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Economics and Federal Antitrust Law. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co. 1985, xvii, 592 pages (Hornbook Series Lawyer’s Edition).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: Policy and Procedure: Cases and Materials, with E. Thomas Sullivan. Charlottesville, VA: Michie Co. 1984, xxii, 852 pages (Contemporary Legal Education Series).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Science and Religion in America, 1800 - 1860. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 1978, xii, 273 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. Antitrust Law: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles and Their Application, with Phillip E. Areeda. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1978 - 1999.

Book Chapters

Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "Tying Arrangements," with Erik Hovenkamp, in 2 The Oxford Handbook of International Antitrust Economics, edited by Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015, at 329, 22 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and Informational Restraints,” with Kai-Uwe Kühn, Renato Nazzini, Mark Patterson, Marc Rysman, and Joseph Wayland, in Annual Proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute: International Antitrust Law & Policy, edited by Barry E. Hawk. Huntington, NY: Juris Publishing, Inc. 2013, at 573, 57 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Competition in Information Technologies: Standards-Essential Patents, Non-Practicing Entities and FRAND Bidding,” in Annual Proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute: International Antitrust Law & Policy, edited by Barry E. Hawk. Huntington, NY: Juris Publishing, Inc. 2013, at 439, 19 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Firm as Cartel Manager,” with Christopher R. Leslie, reprinted in Cartels and Anti-Competitive Agreements, edited by Sandra Marco Colino. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012, at 121, 61 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and the Close Look: Transaction Cost Economics in Competition Policy,” in The Global Limits of Competition Law, edited by Ioannis Lianos and D. Daniel Sokol. Stanford, CA: Stanford Law Books 2012, at 66, 15 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "The Conflict between Antitrust and Intellectual Property Rights" and references; reprinted in Intellectual Property and Competition, edited by Michael A. Carrier. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc. 2011, at 3, 35 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Unilateral Refusals to License,” with Mark D. Janis and Mark A. Lemley, reprinted in Intellectual Property Rights and Competition, edited by Michael A. Carrier. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc. 2011, at 375, 42 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Legal Periphery of Dominant Firm Conduct,” in Competition Law and Economics: Advances in Competition Policy Enforcement in the EU and North America, edited by Abel M. Mateus and Teresa Moreira. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar 2010, at 238, 26 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Intellectual Property-Antitrust Interface,” in 3 Issues in Competition Law and Policy, edited by Wayne Dale Collison. Chicago: ABA, 2008, at 1979, 30 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Signposts of Anticompetitive Exclusion: Restraints on Innovation and Economies of Scale,” in 2006 Annual Proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute: International Antitrust Law & Policy. Huntington, NY: Juris, at 409, 23 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Unilateral Refusals to License in the US,” with Mark D. Janis and Mark A. Lemley, in Antitrust, Patents and Copyright: EU and US Perspectives, edited by François Lévêque and Howard Shelanski. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing 2005, at 12, 44 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Capitalism,” in The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States 2d, edited by Kermit Hall. New York: Oxford University Press 2005, revised, at 138, 9 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Economic Experts in Antitrust Cases,” in Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, 2005 - 2006 ed. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West, at 447, 39 pages; 2014 - 2015 ed., edited by David L. Gaigman, Jeremy A. Blumenthal, Edward K. Cheng, Jennifer L. Mnookin, Erin E. Murphy, and Joseph Sanders. Eagan, MN: Thomson Reuters/West, at 937, 59 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Reckoning of Post-Chicago Antitrust,” in Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law, edited by Antonio Cucinotta, Roberto Pardolesi, and Roger Van den Bergh. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing 2002, at 1, 33 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Economic Experts in Antitrust Cases,” in Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, 2d, edited by David L. Faigman, David H. Kaye, Michael J. Saks, and Joseph Sanders. St. Paul, MN: West Group, 2002, at 111, 33 pages; 2003 supplement at 16, 4 pages; 2005 - 2006 ed. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West, at 447, 39 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Private Property and the State,” in The Fundamental Interrelationships Between Government and Property, edited by Nicholas Mercuro and Warren J. Samuels. Stamford, CT: JAI Press 1999, at 109, 9 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. “Capitalism,” in The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States, edited by Kermit Hall. New York: Oxford University Press 1992, at 117, 9 pages.

Articles

Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "Roger Blair and the Goals of Antitrust," 61 Antitrust Bulletin 382 (2016), 11 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust Balancing,” 12 NYU Journal of Law & Business 369 (2016).
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "The Emergence of Classical American Patent Law," 58 Arizona Law Review 263 (2016)
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "Inventing the Classical Constitution," 101 Iowa Law Review 1 (2015), 53 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "The Rule of Reason and the Scope of the Patent," 52 San Diego Law Review 515 (2015), 40 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. "Progressive Legal Thought," 72 Washington and Lee Law Review 653 (2015), 53 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. "The Actavis Inference: Theory and Practice (Symposium: Drug Patent Settlements After Actavis)," with Aaron Edlin, Scott Hemphill, and Carl Shapiro, 67 Rutgers University Law Review 585 (2015), 51 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "Fractured Markets and Legal Institutions," 100 Iowa Law Review 617 (2015), 45 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp. "Antitrust and the Patent System: A Reexamination," 76 Ohio State Law Journal 467 (2015), 98 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "Actavis and Error Costs: A Reply to Critics,” with Aaron Edlin, Scott Hemphill, and Carl Shapiro, 14 Antitrust Source 1 (2014), 8 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Robert Bork and Vertical Integration: Leverage, Foreclosure, and Efficiency (Symposium: Robert Bork and Antitrust Policy),” 79 Antitrust Law Journal 983 (2014), 19 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Anticompetitive Patent Settlements and the Supreme Court’s Actavis Decision (Symposium: The Future of Reverse Payments in the Wake of FTC v. Actavis, Inc.),” 15 Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 3 (2014), 27 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Institutional Advantage in Competition and Innovation Policy (Symposium: Competition Law, Intellectual Property Rights and Dynamic Analysis: Towards a New Institutional ‘Equilibrium?’),” 2013 Concurrences 27, 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Activating Actavis,” with Aaron Edlin, Scott Hemphill, and Carl Shapiro, 28 Antitrust 16 (2013), 8 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Consumer Welfare in Competition and Intellectual Property Law,” 9 Competition Policy International 53 (2013), 16 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Implementing Antitrust’s Welfare Goals (Symposium: The Goals of Antitrust),” 81 Fordham Law Review 2471 (2013), 26 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Markets in Merger Analysis,” 57 Antitrust Bulletin 887 (2012), 28 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Competition for Innovation,” 2012 Columbia Business Law Review 799, 35 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and Nonexcluding Ties (Symposium on Tying),” 8 Competition Policy International 41 (2012), 11 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Markets in IP and Antitrust,” 100 Georgetown Law Journal 2133 (2012), 26 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and the Movement of Technology (Symposium: Antitrust in High-Tech Industries),” 19 George Mason Law Review 1119 (2012), 27 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and the Costs of Movement (Symposium: Neo-Chicago Antitrust),” 78 Antitrust Law Journal 67 (2012), 38 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Mergers with Dominant Firms: The Lundbeck Case,” 2011 CPI Antitrust Chronicle 1, 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Harm to Competition Under the 2010 Horizontal Merger Guidelines,” 39 Review of Industrial Organization 3 (2011), 16 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Coase, Institutionalism, and the Origins of Law and Economics,” 86 Indiana Law Journal 499 (2011), 44 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Firm as Cartel Manager,” with Christopher R. Leslie. 64 Vanderbilt Law Review 813 (2011), 61 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Concerted Refusals to License Intellectual Property Rights,” with Christina Bohannan, 1 Harvard Business Law Review Online 21 (2011), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and Innovation: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Going (Symposium: Antitrust and Innovation),” 77 Antitrust Law Journal 749 (2011), 8 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Post-Sale Restraints and Competitive Harm: The First Sale Doctrine in Perspective (Symposium: Critical Directions in Antitrust),” 66 New York University Annual Survey of American Law 487 (2011), 61 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Tying Arrangements and Antitrust Harm,” with Erik Hovenkamp, 52 Arizona Law Review 925 (2010), 52 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Harvard, Chicago, and Transaction Cost Economics in Antitrust Analysis,” 55 Antitrust Bulletin 613 (2010), 50 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “IP and Antitrust: Reformation and Harm,” with Christina Bohannan, 51 Boston College Law Review 905 (2010), 88 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Federal Trade Commission and the Sherman Act,” 62 Florida Law Review 871 (2010), 24 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Obama Administration and Section 2 of the Sherman Act,” (Antitrust Conference in Honor of Joseph Brodley), 90 Boston University Law Review 1611 (2010), 55 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “American Needle: the Sherman Act, Conspiracy, and Exclusion,” Competition Policy International Antitrust Journal (June 2010), 8 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Law of Vertical Integration and the Business Firm: 1880 - 1960,” 95 Iowa Law Review 863 (2010), 56 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The FTC’s Anticompetitive Pricing Case Against Intel,” Competition Policy International Antitrust Journal (February 2010), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Pleading Problem in Antitrust Cases and Beyond,” 95 Iowa Law Review Bulletin 55 (2010), 12 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Introduction to The Neal Report and the Crisis in Antitrust,” 5 Competition Policy International (2009), 9 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Viability of Antitrust Price Squeeze Claims,” with Erik N. Hovenkamp, 51 Arizona Law Review 273 (2009), 31 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "The 1968 Neal Report: An Introduction and Reprint,” 5 Competition Policy International (2009), 9 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Exclusionary Bundled Discounts and the Antitrust Modernization Commission,” with Erik N. Hovenkamp, 53 Antitrust Bulletin 517 (2008), 39 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Schumpeterian Competition and Antitrust,” 4 Competition Policy International (2008), 12 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Innovation and the Domain of Competition Policy,” 60 Alabama Law Review 103 (2008), 29 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Restraints on Innovation,” 29 Cardozo Law Review 247 (2007), 14 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Standards Ownership and Competition Policy,” 48 Boston College Law Review 87 (2007), 23 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Unilateral Refusals to License,” with Mark D. Janis and Mark A. Lemley, 2 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 1 (2006), 42 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Law of Exclusionary Pricing,” 2 Competition Policy International 21 (2006), 18 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Federalism and Antitrust Reform, (Symposium: The Uncertain Future of Antitrust: Responding to the Antitrust Modernization Commission),” 40 University of San Francisco Law Review 627 (2006), 23 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Discounts and Exclusions,” 2006 Utah Law Review 841, 21 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Antitrust Enterprise: Principle and Execution: An Introduction,” 31 Journal of Corporation Law 287 (2006), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Exclusion and the Sherman Act,” 72 University of Chicago Law Review 147 (2005), 18 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Sensible Antitrust Rules for Pharmaceutical Competition,” 39 University of San Francisco Law Review 11 (2004), 22 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Balancing Ease and Accuracy in Assessing Pharmaceutical Exclusion Payments,” with Mark D. Janis and Mark A. Lemley (Response to article by Daniel A. Crane in this issue), 88 Minnesota Law Review 712 (2004), 10 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “United States Antitrust Policy in an Age of Expansion (International Antitrust Law and Policy),” 2004 Annual Proceedings of the Fordham Corporate Law Institute 225, 16 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and the Regulatory Enterprise,” 2004 Columbia Business Law Review 335, 43 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust as Extraterritorial Regulatory Policy,” 48 Antitrust Bulletin 629 (2003), 27 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust Violations in Securities Markets,” (Symposium: Revisiting ‘The Mechanisms of Market Efficiency;’ article by Ronald J. Gilson and Reinier H. Kraakman, 70 Virginia Law Review 549, 1984), 28 Journal of Corporation Law 607 (2003), 28 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Anticompetitive Settlement of Intellectual Property Disputes,” with Mark Janis and Mark A. Lemley, 87 Minnesota Law Review 1719 (2003), 48 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “IP Ties and Microsoft’s Rule of Reason,” 47 Antitrust Bulletin 369 (2002), 54 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Bargaining in Coasian Markets: Servitudes and Alternative Land Use Controls,” 27 Journal of Corporation Law 519 (2002), 18 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Post-Chicago Antitrust: A Review and Critique,” 2001 Columbia Business Law Review 257, 80 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Knowledge About Welfare: Legal Realism and the Separation of Law and Economics,” 84 Minnesota Law Review 805 (2000), 58 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Robinson-Patman Act and Competition: Unfinished Business,” 68 Antitrust Law Journal 125 (2000), 20 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Monopolization Offense,” 61 Ohio State Law Journal 1035 (2000), 14 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Competitor Collaboration after California Dental Association,” 2000 University of Chicago Legal Forum 149, 41 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Introduction (Symposium: Intellectual Property Rights and Federal Antitrust Policy),” 24 Journal of Corporation Law 477 (1999), 7 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Law and Morals in Classical Legal Thought,” 82 Iowa Law Review 1427 (1997), 39 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Judicial Restraint and Constitutional Federalism: The Supreme Court’s Lopez and Seminole Tribe Decisions,” 96 Columbia Law Review 2213 (1996), 35 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Areeda Turner Treatise in Antitrust Analysis,” 41 Antitrust Bulletin 815 (1996), 28 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, The Mind and Heart of Progressive Legal Thought, 81 Iowa Law Review 149 (1995), 12 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Limits of Preference-Based Legal Policy,” 89 Northwestern University Law Review 4 (1994), 88 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Market Power in Aftermarkets: Antitrust Policy and the Kodak Case,” 40 UCLA Law Review 1447 (1993), 13 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Marginalist Revolution in Legal Thought,” 46 Vanderbilt Law Review 305 (1993), 55 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust Policy and the Social Cost of Monopoly,” 78 Iowa Law Review 371 (1993), 16 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Rationality in Law & Economics,” 60 George Washington Law Review 293 (1992), 46 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Market Efficiency and the Domain of the Firm,” 18 Journal of Corporation Law 173 (1992), 12 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Mergers and Buyers,” 77 Virginia Law Review 1369 (1991), 15 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Legal Policy and the Endowment Effect,” 20 Journal of Legal Studies 225 (1991), 23 pages.
Herber J. Hovenkamp, “Positivism in Law & Economics,” 78 California Law Review 815 (1990), 38 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Comments. (The Sherman Act: The First Century),” 59 Antitrust Law Journal 137 (1990), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Arrow’s Theorem: Ordinalism and Republican Government,” 75 Iowa Law Review 949 (1990), 25 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust Policy, Federalism, and the Theory of the Firm: An Historical Perspective,” 59 Antitrust Law Journal 75 (1990), 17 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Marginal Utility and the Coase Theorem,” 75 Cornell Law Review 783 (1990), 28 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Indirect-Purchaser Rule and Cost-Plus Sales,” 103 Harvard Law Review 1717 (1990), 15 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The First Great Law & Economics Movement,” 42 Stanford Law Review 993 (1990), 66 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Exchange on Public Choice (Reply to Daniel N. Saviro’s remarks at 834 in ‘Discussion of “Legislation, Well-Being, and Public Choice,” by Herbert J. Hovenkamp,’ 57 The University of Chicago Law Review 63 (1990)),” 57 The University of Chicago Law Review 840 (1990), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Legislation, Well-Being, and Public Choice,” 57 The University of Chicago Law Review 63 (1990), 53 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Antitrust Movement and the Rise of Industrial Organization,” 68 Texas Law Review 105 (1989), 63 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust’s Protected Classes,” expanded version, 88 Michigan Law Review 1 (1989), 48 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust’s Protected Classes,” 44 Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York 493 (1989), 23 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Sherman Act and the Classical Theory of Competition,” 74 Iowa Law Review 1019 (1989), 47 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Treble Damages Reform,” 33 Antitrust Bulletin 233 (1988), 26 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Classical Corporation in American Legal Thought,” 76 Georgetown Law Journal 1593 (1988), 97 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Regulatory Conflict in the Gilded Age: Federalism and the Railroad Problem,” 97 Yale Law Journal 1017 (1988), 56 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Labor Conspiracies in American Law, 1880 - 1930,” 66 Texas Law Review 919 (1988), 47 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Political Economy of Substantive Due Process,” 40 Stanford Law Review 379 (1988), 69 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Fact, Value and Theory in Antitrust Adjudication,” 1987 Duke Law Journal 897, 18 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust Policy, Restricted Distribution, and the Market for Exclusionary Rights,” 71 Minnesota Law Review 1293 (1987), 26 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Chicago and Its Alternatives,” 1986 Duke Law Journal 1014, 16 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Rhetoric and Skepticism in Antitrust Argument,” (Correspondence), 84 Michigan Law Review 1721 (1986), 9 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Treble Damages and Antitrust Deterrence: A Dialogue,” with Louis B. Schwartz, 18 Antitrust Law and Economics Review no. 1, at 67 (1986), 13 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Evolutionary Models in Jurisprudence,” 64 Texas Law Review 645 (1985), 41 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust Policy After Chicago,” 84 Michigan Law Review 213 (1985), 72 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Social Science and Segregation Before Brown,” 1985 Duke Law Journal 624, 49 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Municipal Regulation and Federal Antitrust Policy,” with John A. MacKerron III, 32 UCLA Law Review 719 (1985), 65 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Merger Actions for Damages,” 35 Hastings Law Journal 937 (1984), 37 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Vertical Restrictions and Monopoly Power,” 64 Boston University Law Review 521 (1984), 41 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Technology, Politics, and Regulated Monopoly: An American Historical Perspective,” 62 Texas Law Review 1263 (1984), 50 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Vertical Integration by the Newspaper Monopolist,” 69 Iowa Law Review 451 (1984), 17 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Distributive Justice and the Antitrust Laws,” 26 Corporate Practice Commentator 345 (1984), 31 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Judicial Reconstruction of the Robinson-Patman Act: Predatory Differential Pricing,” 17 U.C. Davis Law Review 309 (1983), 31 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Market Power and Secondary-Line Differential Pricing,” 71 Georgetown Law Journal 1157 (1983), 21 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Tying Arrangements and Class Actions,” 36 Vanderbilt Law Review 213 (1983), 50 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Economics of Legal History,” 67 Minnesota Law Review 645 (1983), 53 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “State Antitrust in the Federal Scheme,” 58 Indiana Law Journal 375 (1983), 58 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Predatory Pricing and the Ninth Circuit,” with Avarelle Silver-Westrick, 1983 Arizona State Law Journal 443, 40 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Distributive Justice and the Antitrust Laws,” 51 George Washington Law Review 1 (1982), 31 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Sovereign Immunities Act Jurisdiction and Antitrust Policy,” 15 U.C. Davis Law Review 839 (1982), 33 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Pragmatic Realism and Proximate Cause in America,” 3 The Journal of Legal History 3 (1982), 28 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Personal Jurisdiction and Venue in Private Antitrust Actions in the Federal Courts: A Policy Analysis,” 67 Iowa Law Review 485 (1982), 39 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Tying Arrangements in the Real Estate Market: Federal Antitrust Law and Local Land Development Policy,” 33 Hastings Law Journal 325 (1981), 32 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Can a Foreign Sovereign Be an Antitrust Defendant?” 32 Syracuse Law Review 879 (1981), 33 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Insanity and Criminal Responsibility in Progressive America,” 57 North Dakota Law Review 541 (1981), 34 pages.
Herber J. Hovenkamp, “Derek Bok and the Merger of Law and Economics,” (Discussion of ‘Section 7 of the Clayton Act and the Merging of Law and Economics’ by Derek C. Bok. 74 Harvard Law Review 226 (1960)), 21 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 515 (1988), 25 pages.

Short Essays

Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Patent Exhaustion and Federalism: A Historical Note, 102 Virginia Law Review Online 25 (April 2016), 9 pages.

Book Reviews

Herbert J. Hovenkamp, "Reimagining Antitrust: The Revisionist Work of Richard S. Markovits," 94 Texas Law Review 1221 (2016), 17 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Antitrust and Global Capitalism: 1930 – 2004, by Tony A. Freyer. 25 Law and History Review 460 (2007), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Handbook of Research in Trans-Atlantic Antitrust, edited by Philip Marsden. 32 European Law Review 933 (2007), 3 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Regulating Cartels in Europe: A Study of Legal Control of Corporate Delinquency, by Christopher Harding and Julian Joshua. 29 European Law Review 276 (2004), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Structure of Regulatory Competition: Corporations and Public Policies in a Global Economy, by Dale D. Murphy. 29 European Law Review 730 (2004), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Broken Trusts: The Texas Attorney General Versus the Oil Industry, 1889 - 1909, by Jonathan W. Singer. 69 Journal of Southern History 952 (2003), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Recasting American Liberty: Gender, Race, Law, and the Railroad Revolution, 1865 - 1920, by Barbara Young Welke. 89 Journal of American History 1530 (2003), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Cooperation Between Antitrust Agencies at the International Level, by Bruno Zanettin. 28 European Law Review 570 (2003), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Rationalization of Antitrust,” review of Antitrust Law, 2nd edition, by Richard A. Posner. 116 Harvard Law Review 917 (2003), 28 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Brandeis and the Progressive Constitution: Erie, the Judicial Power, and the Politics of the Federal Courts in Twentieth-Century America, by Edward A. Purcell, Jr. 106 American Historical Review 193 (2001), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Lawyering for the Railroad: Business, Law and Power in the New South, by William G. Thomas. 74 Business History Review 323 (2000), 3 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Legal Positivism in American Jurisprudence, by Anthony James Sebok. 86 Journal of American History 1837 (2000), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Origins of Law and Economics: The Economists' New Science of Law, 1830 - 1930, by Heath Dorset Pearson. 17 Law and History Review 201 (1999), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Farmer’s Benevolent Trust: Law and Agricultural Cooperation in Industrial America, 1865 - 1945, by Victoria Saker Woeste. 43 American Journal of Legal History 89 (1999), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Progressive Assault on Laissez Faire: Robert Hale and the First Law and Economics Movement, by Barbara Fried. 104 American Historical Review 1701 (1999), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Takings Clause and Improvident Regulatory Bargains,” review of Deregulatory Takings and the Regulatory Contract: The Competitive Transformation of Network Industries in the United States, by J. Gregory Sidak and Daniel F. Spulber. 108 Yale Law Journal 801 (1999) 34 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Competition Policy in America, 1888 - 1992, by Rudolph J.R. Peritz. 28 Journal of Interdisciplinary History 158 (1997), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Managing Legal Uncertainty: Elite Lawyers in the New Deal, by Ronen Shamir. 102 American Historical Review 209 (1997), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Alternative Tracks: The Constitution of American Industrial Order, 1865 - 1917, by Gerald Berk. 14 Law and History Review 193 (1996), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Forced Justice: School Desegration and the Law, by David J. Armor and Reading, Writing, & Race: The Desegregation of the Charlotte Schools, by Davison M. Douglas. 82 Journal of American History 1643 (1996), 2 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Judicial Enigma: The First Justice Harlan, by Tinsley E. Yarbrough. 45 Journal of Legal Education 610 (1995), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Cultural Crises of the Fuller Court,” review of Troubled Beginnings of the Modern State, 1888 - 1910, by Owen M. Fiss. 104 Yale Law Journal 2309 (1995), 35 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Regulation History as Politics or Markets,” review of The Regulated Economy: A Historical Approach to Political Economy, by Claudia Goldin and Gary D. Libecap. 12 Yale Journal on Regulation 549 (1995), 15 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Contract, Economic Change, and the Search for Order in Industrializing America, by Lester G. Lindley. 39 American Journal of Legal History 103 (1995), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Constitution Besieged: The Rise and Demise of Lochner Era Police Powers Jurisprudence, by Howard Gillman. 11 Constitutional Commentary 255 (1994), 3 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Corporation’s Split Personality,” review of The Multinational Challenge to Corporation Law: The Search for a New Corporate Personality, by Phillip I. Blumberg. 92 Michigan Law Review 1792 (1994), 5 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Wheeling Bridge Case: Its Significance in American Law and Technology, by Elizabeth Brand Monroe. 80 Journal of American History 1088 (1993), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Regulating Big Business: Antitrust in Great Britain and America, 1880 - 1990, by Tony A. Freyer. 11 Law and History Review 455 (1993), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Supreme Court as Constitutional Interpreter: Chronology Without History,” review of The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The Second Century, 1888 - 1986, by David P. Currie. 90 Michigan Law Review 1384 (1992), 8 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Private Property and the Limits of American Constitutionalism: The Madisonian Framework and Its Legacy, by Jennifer Nedelsky. 10 Law and History Review 178 (1992), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of After the Rights Revolution: Reconceiving the Regulatory State, by Cass R. Sunstein, and Law and Public Choice: A Critical Introduction, by Daniel A. Farber and Philip P. Frickey. 8 Constitutional Commentary 470 (1991), 10 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Judicial Power and Reform Politics: The Anatomy of Lochner v. New York, by Paul Kens, and Liberty, Property, and the Future of Constitutional Development, edited by Ellen Frankel Paul and Howard Dickman. 8 Constitutional Commentary 274 (1991), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Ascent of Pragmatism: The Burger Court in Action, by Bernard Schwartz. 8 Constitutional Commentary 512 (1991), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Liberty, Property, and Government: Constitutional Interpretation before the New Deal, edited by Ellen Frankel Paul and Howard Dickman; Corwin on the Constitution, Volume Three: On Liberty Against Government, by Edward Samuel Corwin, edited by Richard Loss; and Spheres of Liberty: Changing Perceptions of Liberty in American Culture, by Michael G. Kammen. 7 Constitutional Commentary 410 (1990), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Limits of Judicial Power: The Supreme Court in American Politics, by William Lasser. 7 Constitutional Commentary 123 (1990), 5 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Constitutional Faith, by Sanford Levinson. 6 Constitutional Commentary 501 (1989), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Augustus H. Strong and the Dilemma of Historical Consciousness, by Grant Wacker. 91 American Historical Review 482 (1986), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The New High Priests: Lawyers in Post-Civil War America, edited by Gerard W. Gawalt. 71 Journal of American History 884 (1985), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Harmony and Dissonance: The Swift and Erie Cases in American Federalism, by Tony A. Freyer. 34 Hastings Law Journal 201 (1982), 25 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Business and Government During the Eisenhower Administration: A Study of the Antitrust Policy of the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department, by Theodore P. Kovaleff. 33 Hastings Law Journal 755 (1982), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of A Treatise on the Antitrust Laws of the United States: Federal Antitrust Law, by Earl Kintner. 15 U.C. Davis Law Review 521 (1981), 6 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Works of Jonathan Edwards, Volume I: Scientific and Philosophical Writings. 72 Isis 321 (1981), 1 page.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Antitrust Law and Practice, by Philip Marcus. 36 Business Lawyer 1411 (1981), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Public Mr. Choate,” review of Rufus Choate: The Law and Civic Virtue, by Jean V. Matthews. 9 Reviews in American History 72 (1981), 4 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Proud Pre-eminence,” review of Judicial Review and the Reasonable Doubt Test, by Sanford Byron Gabin; Judicial Review and the National Political Process, by Jesse H. Choper; and Democracy and Distrust: A Theory of Judicial Review, by John Hart Ely. 8 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 429 (1981), 20 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of Law and American History: Cases and Materials, edited by Stephen B. Presser and Jamil S. Zainaldin. 32 Hastings Law Journal 553 (1980), 8 pages.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Review of The Possibility of Religious Knowledge, by Jerry H. Gill. 2 Christian Scholar’s Review 349 (1973), 4 pages.